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Russian Imperial 2 Kopecks or 2 Kopeks

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Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1798 EM. MS-63 by NGC. Russian Coin
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Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1798 EM. MS-63 by NGC. Russian Coin
SKU: SKU37790

Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1798. MS-63 (Mintstate, Uncirculated) rare in such grade.
Copper Russian Coin

Market price: US$400.00
Our price: US$340.00 save 15%
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Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1799 EM. AU-58 by NGC. Russian Coins
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Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1799 EM. AU-58 by NGC. Russian Coins
SKU: SKU21209

Paul I - 2 Kopeks 1799. AU-58 rare in such grade.
Copper Russian Coin

Our price: US$213.80
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Alexander I - 2 Kopeks 1816. XF-40.  Russian Coins
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Alexander I - 2 Kopeks 1816. XF-40. Russian Coins
SKU: SKU2908

Alexander I - 2 Kopeks 1816. EM HM
Copper Russian Coin

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Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1838 CM. XF-45, Cleaned - Russian Coins
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Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1838 CM. XF-45, Cleaned - Russian Coins
SKU: SKU5773

Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1838 CM. XF-45, Cleaned - Russian Coins

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Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1843. VF-20. C# 145.4 Russian Coins
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Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1843. VF-20. C# 145.4 Russian Coins
SKU: SKU1534

Nicholas I - 2 Kopeks 1843. VF-20. EM
Copper Russian Coin

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